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Mattson would take the early lead and though Tim Cox challenged him, he never gave up the position. Kris Spitz and Scotty Thiel completed the top ten finishers.As the dust settled it was Jordan Mattson standing victorious over Tim Cox. Jake Kouba charged from his 9th place starting position to finish in 5th. In earlier action, Phillip Mock, the winner of two local 410 sprints shows here at Wilmot raceway, handedly won the B-main. Schultz was second in the B-main followed by Russel Borland, and Kyle Marten in the transfer spots.Chris Klemko would snag the 5th and final transfer position into the A. The car, which won an event with Sheldon Haudenschild at the wheel last year, gave Rose a solid sixth place showing.The A main would be dominated by defending champion Jordan Mattson. Dave Uttech finished seventh just ahead of Scotty Neitzel in eighth. On the restart Schmidt went back to the lead, but he and Alden began to swap the top spot with a series of sliders, and cross over moves. On lap six Alden got completely sideways in turn two and was quickly passed by both Daun, and Kelsey. Four laps went into the books with Schmidt showing the way when the first caution of the contest flew when fast qualifier, and Rookie of the Year contender Kyle Marten came to a stop in turn four.
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Jordan Mattson, in typical 141 tradition, jumped into the pond in 141s infield, after dominating the Auto Meter Wisconsin wing LESS series presented by the IRA A main feature action. Spitz had been running solidly in the top 6 at the time. Schmidt again was able to deflect Dauns challenges but the battle had escalated to the point of nearly making contact as both drivers fought for every inch of real estate.
28 wing LESS cars attempted to qualify at the high banked 1/4th mile speedway. Kelsey meanwhile was unable to capitalize as Nimee now sought the third spot.
Heat race one would be dominated by a pair of veterans as Tim Cox would win over Doug Schenck. Nimee was able to work under Daun in turn two as the pair nearly bumped wheels.
Former Mini Sprint standout Nick Petska would finish in 3rd with Matt Vandervere and Natalie Klemko in 4th and 5th respectively. Nimee then was able to squirt ahead with the second position, and now had four laps to catch Schmidt.